'Murder,' She Googled
"Google search history is evidence in trial of New Jersey woman accused of murdering her husband.
A New Jersey woman on trial for murdering her husband in April 2004 did a Google search on the phrase "How to commit murder," exactly 10 days before she allegedly shot him to death, according to a digital technology expert, who worked for the New Jersey State Police.
Melanie McGuire, 33, also did searches on Google and MSN for "undetectable poisons," "fatal digoxin levels," "instant poisons," "toxic insulin levels," "how to purchase guns illegally," how to find chloroform," "fatal insulin doses," "poisoning deaths," "where to purchase guns illegally," "gun laws in PA," "how to purchase guns in PA," and "where to purchase guns without a permit," according to Seymour's court testimony."
See what can happen from using Google. :bigsmile: